In a previous article we talked about the psychological benefits of having pets at home, but it doesn't end there. Pets can also be good for your health too!
We focus on the charming, passionate and fiercely loyal Scottish Terrier for our pet profile this week!
For our pet profile this week, we check out the Japanese Spitz. These dogs are quite intelligent, playful and friendly dogs. They waltz around the place with a plush coat as white as snow. This particular canine is generally described as having a 'big dog' personality in a small body!
In our previous article we talked about the delightful dog, Xena Warrior Puppy being awarded Dog of the Year.This time, Koshka (Russian for cat) is in the limelight as she has been awarded Cat of the Year by the ASPCA. This impressive kitty is no stranger to awards having also won the Diamond Collar Hero Award from Oregan Human Society earlier this year.
The ASPCA Humane presented the Dog of the Year awards to *drum roll please* Xena Warrior Puppy (what a name). The annual ceremony recognizes special animals and individuals who made a positive and lasting impact during the past year. Let's take a look into the life story of Xena Warrior Puppy and find out how she got her remarkable name!